Red Navel Oranges AKA ‘Cara Cara’ are one of nature’s sweet seductions and are in season at the moment. Not to be fooled, they look like an orange on the outside yet conceal a sweet pink flesh on the inside that looks and tastes like grapefruit, but sans bitterness. Flavor also evokes hints of cherry, rose petal, and blackberry. Does that sound too good to be true? Well, it isn’t, fortunately. $1.99/lb
Grown hyrodponically by Colorado Aquaponics, this beautiful rosette-style bok choy has small spoon shaped leaves, a soft creamy texture, and a subtle yet distinctive mustard-like flavor. It is most commonly eaten raw, but can also be added to dishes at the end of cooking or wilted slightly.
Try this wonderful green as a simple wilted salad paired with our LOCAL greenhouse grown Mizuna! $3.99/eaPost Your Comments »
Our house-brined corned beef is a local favorite, and to achieve that perfect flavor we’re starting the weeks-long process today to be ready for your Saint Patrick’s Day dinner ideas.Post Your Comments »
$4.99/ea ONLY available until supplies run out! Try this super simple salad recipe. We’ve got red dandelion greens that are deeeelicious. We don’t have bittercress, but substitute LOCALLY grown mizuna for a milder flavor or arugula if you like a little more bite to your salad.Post Your Comments »
Come in to the 17th street store for “The Better Friday”: seared tuna steak, sprouts, avocado, & tangy wasabi aioli on a toasted brioche bun for $9.99.
Ever wonder what to do with all the wonderful sardines and anchovies we have on our shelves? Here’s your answer.Post Your Comments »
An interesting article in the Denver Post about dandelion greens - we carry a beautiful red variety in our stores for $3.99/bunch.
The only bad news about the new Jax opening is that the Terminal Bar is finally, completely, erased. R.I.P. juke box with Johnny Cash, and welcome to LoDo beautiful, shiny, delicious Jax! Pete, my sister Mariah, and I went to the grand opening and had really really good food, interesting food, well priced food in a happy setting. The bar now runs the length of the room, and the dishes are bigger than a starter but smaller than a dinner, so you can eat more things. More things like this:
Sturgeon with creamed turnips, maitake mushrooms, and pinot noir fumet. Order a small or large serving.
The scallop serviche was also amazing. Soft scallops in a bath of grass green fruity olive oil. No picture, too busy eating.
What to do with kumquats…this takes the cake! (Sorry we couldn’t help ourselves.)Marczyk Fine Foods | Post Your Comments »
Carmel corn, especially Georgetown Valley Candy Company’s is very hard to stop eating. Here’s proof.
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